Kendal

Kendal, a Westmorland market-town on the Kent, 38 m. S. of Carlisle; manufactures heavy woollen goods, paper, and snuff; it owes the introduction of its woollen manufacture to the settlement in it of Flemings in the reign of Richard III.

Population (circa 1900) given as 14,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ken, Thomas * Kenia, Mount
Kemble, Charles
Kemble, Frances Anne
Kemble, John Mitchell
Kemble, John Philip
Kemble, Stephen
Kemp, George Meikle
Kempen
Kempenfelt, Richard
Kempis, Thomas à
Ken, Thomas
Kendal
Kenia, Mount
Kenilworth
Kennaquhair
Kennedy, Benjamin Hall
Kennicott, Benjamin
Kensal Green
Kensington
Kent
Kentigern, St.
Kentish Fire

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